Where in the world
is Don Tolman...
World Renowned Speaker Coming to Eden
International speaker and self-care guru, Don Tolman, the Wholefood Medicine Cowboy, will be speaking in Eden at a free-to-the-public event. Also featured will be Eden resident and classical crossover soprano, Alicia Blickfeldt. The event will be held in conjunction with Ogden Valley Salon Sessions.
Ms. Blickfeldt met Don Tolman in 2013 shortly after she discovered she had cancer. From information she gleaned from Mr. Tolman, Alicia fully recovered from stage 3 cancer without utilizing traditional therapies, like chemotherapy and radiation, typically used by the majority of cancer patients. “It just didn’t resonate with me to follow the doctor’s advice. I couldn’t quite resolve the idea of an industry that thrives on my being sick, so I went looking for answers in other places.” She stated. And she found them!
Don Tolman spent 17 years on a personal quest to uncover ancient wisdom from past ages. He has shared his discoveries all over the world and seen many people benefit from this knowledge. He has been featured on television, radio, newspaper and the Internet by top news outlets like, Fox News, NBC, Good Morning America, Earl Nightingale, Phil Donahue, The New York Times and USA Today.
For nearly 50 years of speaking publically, Mr. Tolman has watched as people have taken the information he has learned and implemented strategies into their own lives that have benefitted them greatly. During this time involving doctors, medical groups, scientific researchers, and working with literally thousands of people who have been failed by typical treatments, Don came to realize that many were being harmed, instead of healed.
When asked how Don helped her, Alicia said, “He gave me what I call, the final keys, to my healing journey. He taught me how my organic body could only heal if I gave it the tools to work with. That did not include sugar, pesticides or GMOs, which are frequently found in food. It meant changing everything. It has been very much worth the journey!”
Ms. Blickfeldt will also briefly share her story of healing, and will sing. In addition, her book, They Said I Would Die, A journey to self-healing should be available for purchase by the event date.
For more information regarding OVSS, a free, kid-friendly and educational community based event group, please visit their Facebook page: Ogden Valley Salon Sessions. Some of their past events include art, nutritional information, entrepreneurship, green building and inspirational stories highlighting members from our community.
The event will be held, February 11, 2017 at 10 a.m., registration begins at 9:30 a.m., at Moose Hollow Clubhouse, 3605 Huntsman Path—at the top of Moose Hollow Condominium Complex, east past the bridges.
Those who are interested in attending are encouraged to bring a finger food to share. There will be a donation jar to help defuse the cost of the facility. Come prepared to learn!
Seating is limited, please arrive early.
NOTE: The GPS coordinates are a bit deceiving. Once you “arrive,” continue up the hill to the top of the complex, past the bridges.
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